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The year 2015 broke the CITW Namibia culture of April – May and December camps. In a bid to ease the December camps, one traditional camp was moved down from December to August. The IRDNC Werldsend centre was the host for CITW between the 16th and 21st August 2015.
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Tour de Wilderness, the organiser of the acclaimed Nedbank Tour de Tuli (CITW's biggest fundraiser) mountain bike event, is delighted to announce that four development riders from Exxaro MTB Academy will join the 350 riders cycling 300km across Botswana, Zimbabwe and SA between 13th and 18th August 2015.
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Children in the Wilderness is very grateful to have CYMOT Namibia as a sponsor. On an annual basis, Children in the Wilderness receives items worth N$ 3000.00 from CYMOT and this year we were fortunate to receive an additional cash donation of N$5000.
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Once again we hosted two successful single-sex CITW camps on Pafuri Trails again. Eight girls and two female elders,eight boys and two male elders participated. The Makuleke Tribal Authority selected the elders.
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17 year old Lesley Mpofu was one of the students that attended a CITW camp in 2009 from Ziga rural primary school. She exhibited good leadership qualities during camp attracting the attention of the camp coordinators. Lesley has since been on the CITW scholarship programme, her education sponsored for 4 years at Tsholotsho High boarding...
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In the month of June CITW had approved and support two Eco-Club visits to Liwonde National Park -Ntangayi Eco-Club – Machinga North West and Kafulafula Eco-Club – Balaka East. The trip for Ntangayi School was successfully done while that of Kafulafula was postponed to July due to lack of free space at Mvuu Environmental Education...
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Hochland 154 Roundtable organized an annual fund raiser (Bowls Day) event that took place on the 13th March 2015. The main objectives for this event were for different companies to socialize and most importantly raise funds for three charities.
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Please click on this link to go the main article to download our latest Community Development Newsletter for Quarter Two. The newsletter highlights some of our community development and Children in the Wilderness news and activities in all our areas of operation for April to June 2015.
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30 Vululwazi Primary School children from the nearby Kwampukane village enjoyed their first ever outdoor camping experience. They were joined by other novice campers - 5 Beach Camp staff and management members who are all CITW Eco-Mentors.
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The CITW Botswana recently had an exciting trip to visit their Eco-Clubs in the Okavango Panhandle with the American Embassy Representative, Phatsimo Kwenane and a Representative from Ministry of Education, Maun Regional Office Mrs. Danso.
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